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What is green, orange, blue, and white and has wheels? Its the Atomic City Transit.
For a week now, my friend and I have been riding the local bus system. As a summer project, we have asked many people about their opinion about the bus system. We decided that we should figure out the customers opinion about the bus by riding on the bus.
According to our studies, most people ride the buses often and will continue to use the public transportation system. However, some people question the continuation of riding the buses if Atomic City Transit starts charging a fee for the riders. My friend and I thought that being able to flag down the bus and hopping on the bus without paying is really great. When we asked one passenger what they thought about the system, the individual said, I really like the bus system. Its very efficient, comfortable, the staff is friendly, and its free.
The Transit Center, located by the Los Alamos National Laboratory badge checkpoint, has nice features. There is a house-like shelter, newspaper stands and a parking lot. The Transit Center, also known as TC, could use some chairs or a bench inside the shelters.
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